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Better PDF reports with comments

We’ve added a small but useful update to our survey PDF reports. Now when you export your survey as a PDF it will include all comments and ‘other’ responses for multi-choice questions directly after the choice data. This means you no longer have to¬†individually¬†export these questions to get a full set of data, making it […]

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Creating a quiz with Polldaddy

Quizzes don’t always have to be associated with a bad day at school! Quizzes can be a fun way to create visitor engagement and reinforce learning. In today’s post, I’m going to cover step-by-step instructions on how to create a quiz with Polldaddy. To get started, log in to your Polldaddy dashboard. Click on the […]

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Getting weighted averages with the Likert question

In today’s post, we’ll explore how to capture data using the Likert question type and how the weighted average calculation works. First, let’s get started by creating a survey. Drag a Matrix/Likert question type into your survey. You can also click on the icon once, and a new Matrix/Likert question type will appear at the […]

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Creating a survey with Polldaddy.com

Here are are some step-by-step instructions on how to create a survey. A survey allows you to ask multiple questions and offers many different question types, including name, email, multiple choice, and matrix/Likert, just to name a few. To get started, log in to your Polldaddy dashboard. Click on the big blue Create a new… […]

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Speed survey creation with the plain editor

Survey workflow can be as unique as the person creating the survey. Sometimes you’re logged in to Polldaddy.com, clicking on new elements to add to your survey and typing in answer options as they come to mind. Sometimes you’ve noodled outside of Polldaddy.com, considering your survey and jotting questions and answer options into a text […]

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Using the page header element

The page header is a versatile element that helps break up your survey into sections. Clicking on the Page Header button or clicking and dragging it into your survey will create a heading for your survey page. You might think of a page header as a chapter or section marker. This element can also be […]

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Embed a poll as a slider popup on your WordPress.com site

Polldaddy polls, surveys, quizzes, and ratings integrate seamlessly with WordPress. Self-hosted WordPress sites can download and install our plugin to embed content using WordPress shortcodes. If you’ve got a WordPress.com site, you can embed your poll, survey, quiz, or rating using the WordPress shortcode we supply. Today, we’re going to cover how to embed a […]

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